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Published on October 31, 2014
2 NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2014 With the holidays right around the corner, we’re taking a look in this issue at the ways employers can avoid the producvity slump that employees oen fall into. “Regardless of your holiday tradions, there are multudes of things that are distracng us during this me of year,” explains Heather R. Huhman, founder and president of Come Recommended. Huhman shares “5 Ways to Boost Employ - ee Performance During the Holidays” to help you avoid the seemingly unavoid - able interrupon to workow. Across the pond, Gregg Gordon of Kronos Incorporated, a global provider of workforce management soware soluons, shares his recent experience as a parcipant of the Great Producvity Debate held in London and hosted by Works Management magazine. In “Turning Employee Engagement into Operaonal Results,” Gordon reveals the two common threads that he discovered woven through the debate’s discussions about successful companies and how they en - gage their workforces. Addionally, we take a look at important changes to OSHA’s Occupaonal In - jury and Illness Recording and Reporng Requirements, the crucial need to beer understand the proper use of independent contractors, and the growing concern over micro bargaining units taking over union-free workplaces. As you work on your company’s plans for the upcoming year, feel free to call on us for advice. At Williamson Employment Services we know how important appropriate stang is for any organizaon, and we can help you make sure you have the right people in the right places so that your 2015 is an even bigger suc - cess than your 2014! Best Regards, Judee Hopwood, President FROM THE PRESIDENT It’s hard to believe we just introduced Labor & Industrial Insights this fall and now it’s already time to prepare for a New Year. This issue contains articles about some of the recent research and new innovations impacting the work- force—information that can help your company devise a strategy for success in the upcoming year.